BYOD


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AcronymDefinition
BYODBring Your Own Device
BYODBring Your Own Drink
BYODBring Your Own Disk
BYODBring Your Own Drugs
BYODBring Your Own Dessert
BYODBring Your Own Dice (gaming)
BYODBuy Your Own Drinks
BYODBring Your Own Deck (playing cards)
BYODBathe Your Own Dog Llc (Black Eagle, MT)
BYODBe Your Own Detective
BYODBring Your Own Disaster
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Syntonic's executive team expects BYOD usage to expand, achieving increased growth in Europe where workplace personal smartphone adoption has traditionally been stunted by privacy regulation.
The driving factors for the BYOD Market are cloud infrastructure adoption, reduced hardware cost for enterprises, and emergence of mobile business user workforce.
According to a 2013 survey by consulting firm The Advisory Board Company, approximately one-third of healthcare organizations embrace clinicians bringing their own devices, another third are working to restrict BYOD and the rest are figuring out how to address the issue.
What we see, whether you like or not, BYOD is happening, and it will continue to happen.
Established in 2013, Huawei BYOD Alliance has been concentrating on a BYOD security platform.
This research evaluates the challenges, opportunities, and market outlook for BYOD in enterprise and cloud environments.
Employers may therefore want to consider limiting BYOD to exempt employees.
Introduction of BYOD security software reduces the security risks associated with BYOD, due to which the adoption of BYOD policies by the companies in emerging markets is increasing.
To accommodate the growing use of mobile devices, at least 42 percent of colleges and universities had a BYOD strategy in place in 2014, yet many BYOD issues are not heavily regulated by policies, according to the annual Core Data Service survey conducted by Educause.
Given the continued adoption of mobile devices and consumerizadon trends that increasingly drive priorities in IT, the BYOD issue will continue to influence IT priorities.
Dealing with this loss of revenue would mean diversifying, for example in taking back control of the customer end-user experience, or by offering integrated solutions for Enterprise Mobility Management that can provide new sources of revenue to help them counter the negative effects of this BYOD phenomenon," commented Salpeas.